News stories and reports

St Michael’s Church closure

St Michael’s Church will be closed for the foreseeable future. At the moment the church is full of scaffolding and therefore inaccessible. Restoration in the north aisle being carried out This is to enable the appropriate work of restoration in the north aisle to be carried out,

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A busy 2018 Village Show

A busy 2018 Village Show

The weather was certainly ‘autumnal’ as members of the committee got the hall ready for the annual village show But fears that it would affect the entry numbers were soon allayed as a steady trickle of people arrived (culminating in the inevitable rush just before midday) with

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Farmer on a bicycle, occasional ramblings…….

Farmer on a bicycle, occasional ramblings.......

Farmer on a bicycle, the ramblings of an arable farmer and his bike excursions. Get fit for Harvest Home → Uncategorized → Get fit for Harvest More words and pictures from a farmer on a bicycle Get Fit for Harvest   That was the mantra  for June

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Safeland

  Someone in the village might want to consider being the community co-ordinator for this which is possibly best described as a digital Neighbourhood Watch Scheme. https://www.safe.land/gb/home/ There appears to be a subscription fee which I’m sure the Parish Council would consider paying as the application would

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Tour of Cambridgeshire whizzes through the village

Tour of Cambridgeshire whizzes through the village

This weekend saw the Tour of Cambridgeshire Gran Fondo cycle event pass through our village on its 80 mile route. Here are a few photos of the event.

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Results from the Great & Little Gidding Community Survey – Spring 2018

Results from the Great & Little Gidding Community Survey - Spring 2018

The results from the Community Survey were presented at the Annual Parish Meeting on 15 May 2018.   This Survey was the first “test“ of community opinion in Great & Little Gidding since 2003.  The focus of the questions was on life in the Parish, community services,

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Spring Moth Survey

Spring Moth Survey

Despite the never ending rain and gloom of the 2018 spring, last Saturday evening, 7th April the weather conditions were such that our local moth specialists asked permission to survey the Jubilee Wood, hoping to find some early season species to add to the growing list of

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Paul’s record breaking armour challenge

Paul's record breaking armour challenge

Walking round the village yesterday we were confronted by the strangest sight! This is Paul’s story: Through my time in the Army I’ve seen some of the incredible things that SSAFA does to help both serving personnel and veterans. Whilst I’ve not needed their help yet who

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Neighbourhood Watch newsletter

Neighbourhood Watch e-newsletter – latest edition Here’s our latest e-newsletter Our News. This edition contains some great advice including: a new campaign from Dogs Trust to help stop dog theft keeping your email secure plus lots of news from across our network. You can click here to

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Mobile Post Office back to normal

Mobile Post Office back to normal

The mobile Post Office will be back as normal from Tuesday 6th March 2018.

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